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Trashcan Sinatras’ ‘One Night, Two Albums’ tour comes to Sellersville Theater

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St. Mary School Memorial Day Remembrance honors fallen military, veterans

SCHWENKSVILLE >> “What helps keep me centered is when I keep in mind that evil prevails when good men and women do nothing to stop it.” ...

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  • Entertainment

    Eastern State Penitentiary announces three new art installations for 2018

    Eastern State Penitentiary isn’t imprisoned in the past.

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  • News

    Dogwood Festival celebrates 75 years on May 19

    Phoenixville >> Phoenixville’s annual week long celebration of its commitment to service and community has kicked off and will continue into Saturday.

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  • Entertainment

    ART SCENE: Mark Art Museum Day, check out a studio tour and more local art

    To celebrate the 9th annual Art Museum Day, the Brandywine River Museum of Art will offer free admission and special programming on Friday, May 18, 2018. An initiative of the Association of Art Museum Directors (AAMD), Art Museum Day gathers hundreds of institutions from across North America to recognize the arts and the important role that art museums play in their communities.

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  • Entertainment

    It’s two for the show as Hall & Oates join Train for tour; stop in Philly for HoagieNation Festival

    John Oates had just come off the road from a series of smaller shows behind his new solo album, “Arkansas,” but he’d be ready to go, Oates said from his home in Nashville, Tennessee, when it was time for Hall and Oates to head out for a summer tour with Train that got underway at the beginning of May.

    By Peter Larsen Southern California News Group|

  • Entertainment

    Celebrity chef Robert Irvine hosting Beats ‘n Eats Food + Music Event at Fillmore

    The star of Food Network’s “Restaurant: Impossible” wanted a fun and memorable food event unlike any of the others that he had ever attended.

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  • Entertainment

    John James Audubon Center in midst of adding modern museum experience

    Renovations and construction at the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove site have led to curiosity and discovery for Lower Providence residents.

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  • Entertainment

    Get out and enjoy the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square

    The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square is more than a dazzling spectacle of 15,000 colored LED lights. It’s also an excuse to grab some extended fresh-air time, and to discover things about the world with your family.

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  • News

    Second suspect in murder of Phoenixville teen captured after standoff in Georgia

    PHOENIXVILLE >> The second suspect accused in the murder of a Phoenixville teen has been apprehended in Georgia, according to authorities.

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  • News

    $92M Phoenixville Schools budget will raise taxes 3.18%

    PHOENIXVILLE >> With an 8-1 vote, and a dizzying array of failed amendments, the Phoenixville Area School Board adopted its final 2018-2019 budget Thursday at $91.7 million that will raises property taxes by 3.18 percent.

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